The Sony SRS-XB41 bookshelf speaker system offers impressive sound for the price. It offers deep, bass-heavy sound.
These stereo speakers feature powerful bass, vivid imaging, and stereo imaging. Capable of handling 10 watts of power, they can provide sound from a wide area.
A speaker with a non-magnetic hub that works with all Sony devices, this speaker system produces clear, clean, and accurate sound.
The NHT-3's are among the best bookshelf speakers we've heard, with strong bass, wide dispersion and flat frequency response.
The sound is rich, clear, and the bedrock is rich, the sound is not harsh, and the sound quality is excellent.
These speakers will upgrade the sound of your system for $400. They sounded very good in our testing and look great as well.
The Edifiers are the budget 5.1 speaker option we tested. They're inexpensive, offer good sound quality and are compact.
Get a powerful sound with 3-way, 4-inch polypropylene cone speakers that boast dual 100-watt (RMS) amplifiers. They're water resistant, and dual 100-watt (RMS) amplifiers mean that you can move them easily to any outdoor space.
These bookshelf speakers sound as good as they look, offering powerful, clear audio from 175 watts RMS and 350 watts peak power. The design includes a magnetically attached grille that magnetically locks into place to protect speakers from dust and dirt.
Affordable and great looking, the Polk Audio 265-RT in-wall speaker is a great option for a home theater setup.